Developmental Behavioral Pharmacology - Vol. 5

Developmental Behavioral Pharmacology - Vol. 5

Developmental Behavioral Pharmacology - Vol. 5

Developmental Behavioral Pharmacology - Vol. 5

Excerpt

This monograph is based on a conference sponsored by the Human Learning and Behavior Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH. The meeting that was held at the Xerox Center in Leesburg, Virginia, in August 1983, brought together a group of leading researchers for the purpose of providing an overview of the emerging field of developmental behavioral pharmacology. More specifically, as is evidenced by the chapters in this volume, the intent was to put the field into historical perspective, render a working definition, and outline strategies and tactics for conducting behavioral pharmacological research in the developing organism.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The editors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Keith Slifer, who materially aided us in the scheduling of outside reviews of the chapters contained in this book. His diligence, scholarship, and care for details contributed substantially to the success of our undertaking.

In addition to being subjected to the editors' scrutiny, each chapter was reviewed anonymously by other readers, whose names we make known here by way of grateful acknowledgment: James Barrett, Deborah Cory-Slechta, Linda Crnic, Victor Denenberg, Peter Dews, Ronald Hart, John Harvey, Victor Laties, Robert McFail, Deborah Rice, Patricia Rodier, Sheldon Sparber, Ann Streissguth, Evelyn Thoman, Travis Thompson, Hugh A. Tilson, and Bernard Weiss.

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